Corona, CA: Tarzana man arrested after allegedly arranging to meet teen girl for sex

CORONA, CA: A Tarzana man was arrested by Corona police for allegedly arranging to meet a teenage girl for sex, a sergeant said today.

Aleksandr Dubinskiy, 27, was taken into custody Wednesday afternoon and booked on suspicion of attempted lewd acts on a minor and attempting to contact a minor for sex, according to Sgt. Kim Velasco.

During an online decoy operation, Dubinskiy allegedly began chatting with a detective posing as a 14-year-old girl.

The married suspect allegedly made sexual advances during the chats and eventually "suggested and agreed to meet the female with the intent of participating in specific sexual acts with her," Velasco alleged.

When Dubinskiy went to rendezvous with the girl in the 100 block of North Lincoln Avenue, he was taken into custody, according to the sergeant.

He was booked into the Corona Police Department Jail. Bail information was not immediately available.

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